Dear LGBT Community, Resistance to Your Community Has Nothing To Do With Being “Phobic”
If it’s not phobia, then why would we resist the LGBT community’s march on the culture? The answer is simple.Read More »
I am a Republican. Our party was formed in 1854 to abolish slavery. 10 years later, it was gone.
I am a Republican. We believe in equal rights so strongly that we formed in 1854 to stop Democrats from treating blacks as pets.
I am a Republican. In 1860 we nominated a man who hated slavery, and Democrats went to war rather than give up their “pets”.
I am a Republican. For the last 200 years, Democrats have fought to keep blacks on the plantation, not wanting them to be free.
I am a Republican. My party has always pushed America to be color blind.
I am a Republican. I don’t care what color your skin is. My party has been the party of abolition, desegregation, and equality since 1854.
I am a Republican. Did you hear me? I said I don’t care what color your skin is. Now that’s cleared up, let’s talk.
I am a Republican. America is an idea worth more than me.
I am a Republican. My party doesn’t like war. But we like freedom more than we like peace.
I am a Republican. The Constitution should be read as those who wrote it meant it.
I am a Republican. Government exists to defend the freedom of its citizens.
I am a Republican. This nation is exceptional because its culture allows me unlimited success or total failure, and anything between.
I am a Republican. The American Dream is doing what I want and getting to decide when I’ve got enough or have had enough.
I am a Republican. Above my labor I value property; above property, life; above life, liberty.
I am a Republican. We don’t give five year plans for Americans. We give freedom, so Americans can plan.
I am a Republican. If a government shutdown or cutback will hurt your business, you should be planning for that.
I am a Republican. That government is best that governs least.
I am a Republican. When government is smaller, the people are freer.
I am a Republican. Government doesn’t grow in one area without growing in every other.
I am a Republican. Government is not the solution — government is the problem.
I am a Republican. All power, all authority, should be vested at the lowest level possible. Most of the time, that is the citizen.
I am a Republican. A gun in the hand of a frail old woman makes her the equal of any brute who would do her harm. We like equality.
I am a Republican. My neighbors know they can look to me in time of need.
I am a Republican. When we say we are for equal rights for all citizens, we mean EQUAL. RIGHTS. for ALL. CITIZENS.
I am a Republican. Life doesn’t begin with conception — life continues through conception.
I am a Republican. The right to life is ours from the moment of conception to our last, labored breath.
I am a Republican. If you want your liberty, you have it. If you want my vote of approval, behave yourself.
I am a Republican. Tall fence, wide gate.
I am a Republican. I believe in changing things, if there is actually something wrong. Usually there isn’t.
I am a Republican. Our party has always stood for equal rights, smaller government, and the traditional family.
I am a Republican. I’m a fiscal, social conservative, pro-gun, pro-life defense hawk. Some of us are not all of those, and I’m OK with that.
I am a Republican. Each of us believes a little differently, but we have a name. In fact, we are a name. We’re all RINOs.
I am a Republican. Even the most liberal of us are not wealth-redistributing commie drones.
I am a Republican. I will not smear other Republicans, nor will I stand idly by while others do. I will defend them.
I am a Republican. I hereby endorse the Republican nominee for President in 2012, whomever that may be.
Yours in liberty,